Experienced. Efficient. Principled.
The years of experience, professional approach, and personal integrity of the attorneys of Davis & Hamrick set our Firm apart from other firms. We primarily assist clients with general Civil Litigation and Worker’s Compensation matters, yet we practice in a wide range of other areas. We are a small firm that is lean, but strong. Our track record speaks for itself.
Experienced. We are experienced trial attorneys with a reputation for trying our cases. Our attorneys have tried cases in both North Carolina state and federal courts and have represented clients throughout all stages of appeal. Our experience goes beyond the courtroom in developing strategies for cases and ways to avoid litigation before trial, when it is in the best interest of our clients.
Efficient. We are committed to providing excellent service to our clients. We keep the best interests of our clients as our primary goal. We seek to find innovative answers to diverse legal and business challenges. We appropriately staff each case so that our clients can receive cost-effective and efficient representation.
Principled. We provide straightforward, honest advice. We are true to our word and do what we say we will do. We are committed to representing our clients ethically at all times. We believe that character is important.
Davis & Hamrick, LLP traces its history back to 1946, when Judge Roy Deal, Fred S. Hutchins, Sr. and John Minor founded the Firm of Deal, Hutchins & Minor, located in the Pepper Building in downtown Winston-Salem.
- 8SepAttorneys Jim Welsh and Shannon Wilson have been certified as Superior Court mediators in North Carolina. In order to become certified, Jim and Shannon had to attend 40 hours of in-class training and then observe...
We are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, to respond to the scene and manage the post-accident investigation. The hours immediately following an accident are crucial to compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and collecting and preserving key information and evidence.